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EX-Date
11/18/14
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Dividend Yield
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honeywell international inc (HON*) Details

Honeywell International Inc. operates as a diversified technology and manufacturing company worldwide. Its Aerospace segment provides turbine propulsion engines, auxiliary power units, environmental control and electric power systems, engine controls, flight safety, communications, navigation, radar and surveillance systems, and aircraft lighting products for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, business and general aviation, military, space, and airport operations, as well as management and technical, logistics, aircraft wheels and brakes, and repair and overhaul services. This segment also offers charge-air systems and thermal systems for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company’s Automation and Control Solutions segment offers environmental and combustion, and sensing controls; security and life safety products and services; scanning and mobility devices; and building solutions and services for homes, buildings, and industrial facilities. Its Performance Materials and Technologies segment provides resins and chemicals, hydrofluoric acid, fluorochemicals, nuclear services, research and fine chemicals, performance and imaging chemicals, chemical processing sealants, fibers and composites, healthcare and packaging products, specialty additives, electronic chemicals, semiconductor materials and services, catalysts, renewable fuels, and adsorbents and specialties, as well as process technology and equipment, and natural gas processing hydrogen separation plants. It also offers process solutions, such as automation and control solutions; and software and automation systems, as well as equipment to control, measure, and analyze natural gas production and transportation. This segment provides products for use in the refining, petrochemical, automotive, healthcare, agricultural, packaging, refrigeration, appliance, housing, semiconductor, wax, and adhesives segments. Honeywell International Inc. was founded in 1920 and is headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey.

Founded in 1920

honeywell international inc (HON*) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $7.0M
Chief Executive Officer of Aerospace Segment ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.6M
Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: $2.3M
Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: $1.7M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

honeywell international inc (HON*) Key Developments

Allure Energy Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Honeywell, Alleging That Honeywell’s Lyric Product Willfully Infringes Allure Energy's Patented Proximity Control Technology

Allure Energy filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Honeywell, alleging that Honeywell’s Lyric™ product willfully infringes the patented proximity control technology that Allure Energy developed several years ago. The technology at issue was developed by Allure Energy and is used in its smart thermostat product known as EverSense®, released in 2013. The complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas and also includes a false advertising claim under the Lanham Act. According to the lawsuit, Honeywell was aware of Allure Energy’s patents and technology before its introduction of Lyric™, a smart thermostat that uses Allure Energy’s technology. At a January 2012 technology tradeshow in San Antonio, Texas, Honeywell asked for a demo of EverSense®, and later ordered samples of the product when it became available. Instead, Honeywell launched its Lyric™ product in the summer of 2014, incorporating key aspects of Allure Energy’s patented technology, and advertising itself as the only thermostat to use geofencing technology to track smartphones – a false claim, according to the lawsuit, that serves to damage Allure Energy and unfairly promote Honeywell’s product. The lawsuit seeks an injunction to preclude Honeywell from further use of Allure’s patented technology and to stop its false advertising, as well as damages and related remedies. According to Allure Energy’s complaint, Allure Energy believes that fair and legitimate competition benefits consumers and the industry as a whole. But small companies are at risk if their innovations can be taken in disregard of patent and other intellectual rights and then be falsely promoted by companies with the wealth and resources to dominate the market through unfair and deceptive competition. This lawsuit is about Allure Energy’s very survival as a commercial enterprise and its ability to compete in the sale of the remarkable products it innovated.

Honeywell's Low-Global-Warming Propellant Powers New Fix-A-Flat® And Slime® Tire Inflator Products

Honeywell announced that its low-global-warming propellant, Solstice® Propellant, will be used in Fix-A-Flat® and Slime® consumer and commercial tire inflators. Accessories Marketing, the seller of aerosol tire inflators, has chosen Solstice Propellant to power new ultra-low-global-warming-potential (GWP) versions of its tire inflator products, which are used to fix flat tires. With a GWP of less than 1, Solstice Propellant helps Accessories Marketing meet global environmental regulations for high-GWP propellants while offering the same reliable performance as prior-generation products. According to the Consumer Specialty Products Association, more than 24 million cans of tire inflators and sealants were produced in 2013. Solstice Propellant is being adopted by a variety of companies, including those in the personal care, electronics and industrial manufacturing industries, for use in applications ranging from dusters to personal care sprays. Solstice Propellant has a GWP of less than 1, is nonflammable per ASTM E681 and ISO 10156:2010 testing, and is non-ozone depleting. It is considered a replacement for HFC-134a propellant, which has a GWP of 1,300. It is also not a volatile organic compound (VOC), as determined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resource Board (CARB). Honeywell announced earlier this month that it is now supplying Solstice Propellant to global aerosol manufacturers from its world-scale manufacturing facility in Baton Rouge, La.

Honeywell Offers New Solstice Refrigerants with Lower Global Warming Potential

Honeywell announced the launch of four new lower-global-warming-potential (GWP) products for applications ranging from supermarket refrigeration to industrial cooling. The new products further expand Honeywell's Solstice® line of hydrofluoro-olefin (HFO) refrigerants, blowing agents, aerosol propellants and solvents. Solstice products offer lower global warming potentials with similar or better cooling performance when compared to previous-generation products. Honeywell's new offerings include: Solstice zd: a nonflammable HFO refrigerant with a GWP equal to 1, for use in low pressure centrifugal chillers, which are most often used to cool large buildings. Trane has already announced that it will use Solstice zd in its new Series E CenTraVac large capacity centrifugal chillers in Europe, the Middle East and other 50hz markets. Solstice ze: an HFO refrigerant that can be used in equipment that traditionally used R134a (that is chillers and refrigeration equipment). Solstice ze offers a GWP of less than 1, which is 99.9% lower than the GWP of R134a. Solstice N13: an HFO blend for chillers, as well as medium-temperature applications such as supermarket display cases and self-contained refrigeration units that require a non-flammable refrigerant solution. Solstice N13 is designed to replace R134a and offers a GWP that is 60% lower than the GWP of R134a. Solstice N40: an HFO blend for low- and medium-temperature refrigeration equipment such as supermarket freezer cases. Solstice N40 is designed to replace HCFC R22 and HFC R404A, and offers a GWP that is 66% lower than R404A. In supermarket trials conducted in the U.S. and Europe, Solstice N40 demonstrated 3% lower energy consumption in low-temperature applications and 5 to 16% lower energy consumption in medium-temperature applications as compared to R404A. In addition to its Solstice line, Honeywell's Fluorine Products business manufactures and supplies non-ozone-depleting Genetron® refrigerants used by top air-conditioning, automotive and refrigeration equipment manufacturers worldwide, blowing agents for energy-efficient rigid foam insulation, and hydrofluoric acid and precursors for nuclear fuel.

 

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